June
26
Cindy Shorey
cindy@thecaringpeople.org
The Caring People
417-334-0131
www.thecaringpeople.org
164 Corporate Place
Branson, MO   65616

~Brooks Reunion Concert~
Bill Brooks, Randy Brooks, & Allen Asbury Team Up for
A Benefit Concert with Proceeds Going to the Caring People!

(Branson, Mo. 06-08) Bill and Randy Brooks, formerly of The Promise, believe in the song “Somebody’s Praying Me Through” especially when it comes to Single Moms.

This smash-hit song, recorded by their nephew, Allen Asbury, will be just one of the many hits Bill Brooks, Randy Brooks, & Allen Asbury perform at a benefit concert for the Caring People Sunday, July 20 at 8 pm at Tri-Lakes Church & Event Center.

The Caring People, founded by JoDee Herschend, reaches out to Single Moms in the Ozarks and encourages them with unconditional love and friendship on a weekly basis through Care Groups.

Bill and Randy are best known for bringing The Promise to Branson in 1995. Randy played Jesus in this dynamic, highly successful show.

Allen Asbury is no stranger to the Christian recording world. Allen has had two number one hits including “Somebody’s Praying Me Through”. This song was named as the theme for the 2003 National Day of Prayer and also for the Presidential Prayer Team.

Tickets for the July 20th benefit concert are $12 for adults and $35 for a family. For more information, contact Tri-Lakes Church & Event Center at 417.339.4041.

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Press Notes:
If you would like to schedule an interview with JoDee Herschend, founder of the Caring People, or with Cindy Shorey, Chief Operating Officer, please call Casey Rader at 417.334.0131.

Also, the Caring People has a press page where you can view past press releases, photos from events, and download our brochures and logo. Follow this link to visit the press page http://thecaringpeople.org/Resources/PressPage/tabid/420/Default.aspx.

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June
23

Jon England

Posted In: City News by Jon England


logo Jon England
jon@jonengland.com
Jon England Azurre Entertainment
1-888-269-8092
www.jonengland.com
Caravelle Theatre; 3446 W. Hwy 76 (the Strip)
Branson, MO   65616

Beginning Tuesday 15th July at 2 p.m.:

Get your Ivories Totally Tickled !!!

Internationally-flavored glitz, glamor, music and a heart-felt gratitude for his welcome to God’s country infuse this fun-filled Virtuoso’s musically-magical stage-show. Known for his outrageously entertaining antics at Myrtle Beach’s “Carolina Opry” these past 5 years – Jon will WOW you with his own fully-featured show at the Caravelle Theatre (on the Strip, next to Jim Stafford and across from Mickey Gilley’s) from Tuesday to Saturday at 2 p.m.

From London ~ (via Ellis Island and Myrtle Beach’s Carolina Opry!) ~ into the historic Caravelle Theatre in Branson, sails internationally acclaimed Virtuoso Entertainer Jon England who weaves an emotionally-rich web of melodic-memories from across the years that will honeycomb your heart, tease your tear-ducts and stir your soul.

Mirthful merriment, scintillating songs, awesome orchestrations, jaw-droppingly glitzy outfits and a deep-seated affection for his newly adopted home infuse this classy, engaging and lovable young star’s unforgettable show along with his special “Royal” guest who will “flabber-your-gast”. His world-wide career has seen him on Britain’s BBC, America’s NBC and ABC-TV networks and his own NPR Radio Show.

Come along, sing-a-long and laugh-a-long as YOU ‘become’ the show when YOUR personal feel-good favorites are RHAPSODIZED by Britain’s Best-Kept Secret whom everyone calls, “London’s Liberace” !

An incredible Patriotic Finale confirms Uncle Sam’s newest recruit’s Green Card credentials and will have you saying – “Welcome to the U.S.A.” to Jon, after the show – where signing autographs and a joyously personal approach are his trademarks.

Groups, Individuals, Families, Seniors, Church Groups, Veterans, Convention and Tour packages, ALL especially warmly-welcomed with discount packages ….and guaranteed to leave with your ivories Totally Tickled!!

Performing at the Caravelle Theatre next to Jim Stafford and across from Mickey Gilley! Located at 3446 W Hwy 76 on “the strip”. Performances at 2 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

Call 417-334-5100 during box office hours
or toll-free 888-269-8092 (24hr manned “Velvet Piano” hotline)

E-mail: JonEngland@JonEngland.com

Website: www.JonEngland.com

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June
20
logo Rick Billington
rick@missouripartnersinc.com
StoneBridge Village
417-332-1300
http://stonebridgebranson.com
50 StoneBridge Parkway
Branson West, MO   65737

Press Conference Confirms that Branson’s Real Estate is Alive and Well

BRANSON, MO– A Press Conference held at StoneBridge Village and Resort on Thursday, June 19th proves that there’s still plenty of energy, excitement, and innovation yet to anticipate from the trendsetters who brought you Branson’s only private gated golf community and the world famous LedgeStone Championship Golf Course. Lunch was catered by Nicol’s Fine Dining, compliments of the developer, Missouri Partners, Inc. (MPI) as they unveiled their latest masterpiece to an eager audience.

The proposed additions to the renowned master planned community of StoneBridge Village and Resort make this an expansion worthy of the attention and accolades received during Thursday’s press conference. Missouri Partners Inc., proudly revealed a comprehensive plan that includes a new nine hole expansion to LedgeStone Championship Golf Course’s already impressive 18 hole course – making it Branson’s only 27 hole private golf course.

Steve Redford, owner and Chief Executive Officer of MPI, described LedgeStone’s planned expansion as, “we’re looking down the road and trying to determine what the trends will be in the marketplace.” Mr. Redford went on to explain that, “It’s necessary to increase the capacity of play for the future. I’ve found it to be a problem when an owner calls and can’t get a tee time.”

In addition to the new nine holes at LedgeStone, members will benefit from the new lakes and nature areas; the new gated 3-5 acre estate tracts; an additional lodge, condo and patio home area; and 100 acre deed restricted ranches with full access to StoneBridge amenities and Branson schools. This was made possible in part, through the purchase of an additional 300 acres of neighboring land.

Another important focus of the new development was the conservation of the green space in which they have allocated 25-30% to this end. The 100 acre restricted ranches are another area where the green belt is deed restricted in order to preserve the natural beauty of the Ozarks.

In Mr. Redford acknowledged the challenges of the current real estate market in stating, “The market will change. You don’t take a ten to fifteen year development and base it on an eight, ten, or even eighteen month period of time.” Mr. Redford finished with saying, “StoneBridge will come out better and our investors will see growth and orderly development.”

Missouri Partners, Inc., the developer of StoneBridge Village and Resort and LedgeStone Championship Golf Course, is a full-service commercial and residential development and sales company offering complete turnkey general contracting services throughout Southwest Missouri for the past 35 years.

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June
18
logo Linda Ward
prpro@suddenlink.net
PR Pro
417-335-4400
genewilliamscountry.com
2206 W. Hwy. 76
Branson, MO   65616

BRANSON, Mo. — A road in his hometown of Dyess, Ark., has been named after Gene Williams at the same time the community named a highway after the late Johnny Cash, another Dyess native. Dyess Mayor Larry F. Sims was in Branson, Mo., to present souvenir road signs to Williams at a recent taping of Williams’ television show, the Lucas Oil sponsored “Gene Williams Country Television Show” that takes Branson to more than 50 million homes nationwide and in Puerto Rico and Canada.

The show with the road signs presentation and featuring music guests, The Sweethearts of Branson: Denny Yeary and Shelia Renee, will be telecast on June 21 and 22.

The signs were accompanied by two resolutions signed by Sims and a letter signed by Mississippi County Judge Steve McGuire supporting the name changes. The section of East Second Street/West County Road 940 from Arkansas State Highway 297 to Mississippi Country Road 243 was renamed Gene Williams Road and the section of Arkansas Sate Highway 297 located from Arkansas State Highway 14 to Mississippi County Road 956 was renamed Johnny Cash Highway.

Calling Williams a “country music television icon” and “a legend in his own time” and Cash a “country music legend” and “one of the world’s greatest country music performers of all time” both resolutions noted that the two spent their childhood and teenage years in Dyess. The city “desires to permanently honor” the men “in an appropriate manner,” the resolutions said.

McGuire echoed the resolutions and wrote, “Gene Williams…has been a strong supporter of Historic Dyess. His affiliation with Johnny Cash has contributed to the continuation of much worldwide interest in the city of Dyess for which we are very grateful. Thank you for your physical and financial support to enhance the quality of life for all of our citizens.”

This is the third honor Williams’ hometown has given him. In 2007 he was presented the key to the city and two years earlier a “Hometown of…” sign was erected on the edge of town. Williams has worked on several projects to help preserve his hometown’s history. They include presenting a fund raising concert with Mickey Gilley and the Urban Cowboy Band and making a donation to save a historical building that will be used for a museum recognizing the city’s historical significance and its former residents, Johnny Cash, Tommy Cash and Williams.

Dyess is not the only Arkansas community that has recognized Williams. He recently received the key to the City of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., for his work to bring significant country entertainment to the resort community during its early development and April 11, 2009, will be celebrated as Gene Williams Day.

Williams holds a record in Arkansas of having nine days proclaimed Gene Williams Day (1964 Orval Faubus, 1968 Win Rockefeller, 1973 and 1974 Dale Bumpers – former President Bill Clinton proclaimed Gene Williams Day three times, Jim Guy Tucker once, and Mike Huckabee, once.) Williams was recognized for his community commitment to the industry and presented an honorary doctorate degree in television and broadcast communications from St. Martins College. He has also been honored by the states of Arkansas and Missouri for his work in tourism, entertainment and community.

Nominated for induction into two halls of fame, the Branson Entertainment Hall of Fame Museum and the Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame, Williams was named Grand Ole Opry DJ of the Year in 1961 and inducted into the Memphis Music Hall of Fame in 1993. In addition to Cash, he has worked with such greats as the Carter Family, the Statler Brothers, Carl Perkins, Charlie Walker, Charlie Louvin, Del Reeves, Merle Haggard, Ray Price, Minnie Pearl and Jack Greene. He made two movies: “Country Music Jamboree” filmed in Parkin, Ark., and the “Sound of Country Music” that starred more than 39 Grand Ole Opry stars.

Williams recently put his name on a Branson theater in which the “Gene Williams Country Television Show” is presented. The Gene Williams Showcase Theatre is located in the Branson Mall on the world famous Highway 76. The Yearys, who are the celebrity guests on the TV show this week, present a 2 p.m. show at the theater Monday through Thursday. “Jeff Sallee’s Classic Country Revue” with a tribute to Buck Owens is presented at 8 p.m. through Aug. 30 and 5 p.m. Sept. 2-Dec. 20. “Lookin’ for Love” Johnny Lee is making music history by presenting his own show beginning Sept. 2 at 8 p.m. at the theater.

Williams began his country music television show in Arkansas 45 years ago and for the past seven years has taped the show in Branson live before a studio audience. Television guests have included Doug Kershaw, Ed McMahon, Mickey Gilley, the Oak Ridge Boys, Roy Clark, Barbara Fairchild, Sons of the Pioneers, the Osmonds, Johnny Cash’s band The Tennessee Three, Helen Cornelius, Leona Williams, Charlie Louvin, Mary Lou Turner, Cal Smith, Stonewall Jackson, Norma Jean, Little Jimmy Dickens, Porter Wagoner, Jim Owen, Buck Trent, Johnny Lee and Wanda Jackson.

Williams’ co-host Katie Lynn has received the Branson Entertainment Awards Best Support Vocalist twice for her work in the “Mickey Gilley Show.” She has worked with Gilley for more than eight years and also worked with Jim Owen for seven years. In addition to her singing career, she is a real estate agent. She and the guest stars perform weekly on the television show with the Country Junction Band.

For more information go to the website genewilliamscountry.com or call the box office at the Gene Williams Theatre in Branson at 417-335-4400. Advance tickets are on sale at the box office for Johnny Lee’s show and for any of the shows Williams is now showcasing.

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June
16

Presley Family Releases New Book

Posted In: City News by Jennifer McCullough


logo Jennifer McCullough
jennifermccullough@centurytel.net
Presleys\' Country Jubilee
417-334-4874
www.presleys.com
2920 Hwy. 76
Branson, MO   65616

Branson, MO ― Branson’s First Family of Entertainment, the Presleys, reveal their behind-the-scenes journey to becoming nationally-recognized Branson icons in the new book, “The Presley Family Story: The First 74 Years” by Ron Marr.

Beginning with 10-year-old Lloyd Presley’s discovery of his brother’s guitar in 1934, “The Presley Family Story” spans 74 years of Ozarks musical history and is an inspiring testament of the American Dream.

“This community is forever indebted to the Presleys for their phenomenal contributions to Branson’s entertainment industry and for memorializing their legacy in this wonderful book,” said President and CEO of the Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Ross Summers.

Four generations of Presleys share their personal and often humorous tales of learning how to perform in front of an audience; building the family business from the ground up; and developing lasting relationships with their fellow cast members, and fans. “The Presley Family Story” is packed with 102 pages of never-before-shared family photos and personal interviews by award-winning author, Marr.

Lloyd’s oldest son Gary, co-producer and one of the original members of Presleys’ Country Jubilee, tells how his loveable hillbilly character, Herkimer, got his name in 1962. Lloyd’s younger son Steve, co-producer and drummer, reveals the show’s best early marketing hook. Gary’s wife Pat, and Steve’s wife Raeanne talk of the love they have for their families and their community, and about their less glamorous jobs in accounting, personnel management and wardrobe.

Lloyd’s wife Bessie Mae Presley, (1923-2007) and to whom the book is dedicated, told Marr shortly before her death ― that she tried to teach her children, by example, the value of hard work and perseverance.

Readers will cherish this book and delight in the way the author captures the warm and down-to-earth personality of each family member. Despite their tremendous success over the past 41 years, their friends and famous peers around the world know the Presleys as hard-working, humble people who enjoy fishing, golfing, and volunteering in their spare time.

Today, four generations of Presleys can be seen on stage each night in the same location where, in 1967, the family opened the first music theater on Branson’s now famous Strip.

Lloyd, who turns 84 years old on August 30, 2008, never imagined that Presleys’ Country Jubilee would someday become a landmark in a world-class entertainment destination, and his family’s story ― an inspiration to countless others boldly pursuing their dreams.

“The Presley Family Story: The First 74 Years” is available at Presleys’ Country Jubilee in Branson, online at www.presleys.com, by calling (800) 335-4874, or at select bookstores.

Photo Caption: “The Presley Family Story: The First 74 Years” by Ron Marr presents the remarkable story of Branson, Missouri’s First Family of Entertainment in 102-pages of interviews with Presley family members and never-before-shared photos.
Photo Credit: Presleys’ Country Jubilee.

Photo Editors: To download high-resolution photos of Presley family members and Presleys’ Country Jubilee, please visit http://www.presleys.com/newbook.html.

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June
12
logo Matt Mann
jcdamann2@hotmail.com
Branson UMC
417-334-3423
www.bransonumc.org
1208 W 76 Country Blvd
Branson, MO   65616

Branson United Methodist Church’s 1st Annual Summer Kickoff is an opportunity Branson UMC to be radically hospitable to the Tri-Lakes area Saturday, June 21st, 10AM-1PM. This event is tied in with our Angel Food ministry distribution that is on the same day. We are offering a free carnival with inflatables and carnival rides, as well as food.

We are also having Rock City Skate Park come and be a part of the event– they bring a full skate park with them and they will do some giveaways and contests. Skaters need to bring their own skateboards and helmets, though!

Finally, we are inviting kids to bring their parents through the children’s area and get a taste of our new Sunday morning program called Power XPress, where kids get to learn about God through Drama, Cooking, Computers, Games, Story-telling and more.

Everyone is invited to come and see what we are about here at Branson UMC – serving God, through the congregation and into the community and the world.

Address: 1208 W 76 Country Blvd

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June
6

Branson, MO, May 28, 2008 – Branson’s most dynamic musical family, The Haygoods, are excited to announce that they are raising the bar with their ground-breaking 2009 season. These top-notch entertainers are proud to unveil two new projects—the purchase of their own state-of-the-art Branson theatre and the creation of their very own TV show—that are sure to delight audiences in Branson, as well as fans all over the world.

The Americana Theatre (across from the Presley’s Jubilee at 2905 West Highway 76), will undergo a million-dollar renovation, emerging for its Grand Opening on March 7, 2009 with a new look, new features, and new name worthy to house the all-new interactive Haygood experience. Audiences will be wowed by this indescribable entertainment adventure, which combines the Haygoods’ own brand of musical magic with state-of-the-art effects, heart-pumping sound, and effervescent energy that cannot be contained. When pure musical talent meets cutting-edge performance, the result is sure to be an electrifying ride of song, rhythm, and sound that the Haygoods’ audiences won’t soon forget.

This award-winning, family musical entertainment group, consisting of seven spirited brothers and one vivacious sister, has performed over 10,000 shows for more than 4,000,000 people during their momentous Branson career. The Haygoods, whose powerhouse performances can be seen throughout 2008 at the Music City Centre, are poised to make the jump from Branson’s best kept secret to breakout stars with the debut of their much-awaited TV show in 2009.

Vibrant and innovative, The Haygoods unbelievable harmonic feats and captivating on-stage antics have delighted Branson audiences for 18 years and will next wow viewers of the CW network with The Haygood family show! The weekly show will be broadcast across the Midwest and will include a mixture of exuberant Haygood antics and the group’s stunning live performances. Branson guests will not only be treated to the Haygoods high-octane stage performances but also be a part of the filming of their live television show as well!! Happy to include audiences who have given the group so much in their new show, Haygoods member Dominic Haygood credits the support of the group’s fans and the Branson community for making the group’s newest endeavors possible.

The Haygoods are excited to put Branson on the map for a whole new audience with their all-new 2009 television show, bringing a new demographic to the town that is sure to benefit the Branson community. As Timothy Haygood explains, the group is excited to give back to Branson: “We are so proud to be investing in our community. We love Branson and can’t wait for everyone to see the newly remodeled Americana theatre. It will be a great addition to the Branson strip!”

THE HAYGOODS CAN CURRENTLY BE SEEN NIGHTLY THROUGH THE END OF 2008 AT THE MUSIC CITY CENTRE IN BRANSON MO!!!

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June
4

Rankin Brothers Area Appreciation

Posted In: City News by Kimberly Crites


logo Kimberly Crites
kcrites@welkgroup.com
Welk Resort Branson
417-337-SHOW
www.WelkResortBranson.com
1984 Hwy 165
Branson, MO   65616

The Rankin Brothers are excited to announce their Area Appreciation.

Residents of Taney, Stone, Boone, and Carole county showing a valid driver’s license can experience The Rankin Brothers for just $5.00.

Area Appreciation will last until June 15th.

For more information contact the Welk Resort Theatre at 417-337-7469.

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June
4
logo Dawn Black
dawn@myerhotels.com
Myer Hotels
417.336.4345
www.myerhotels.com
3601-A Shepherd of the Hills
Branson, MO   65616

BRANSON, MO – The Comfort Inn & Suites in Branson, Missouri was recently recognized as one of three finalists for Choice Hotels International 2008 Comfort Inn of the Year for the Comfort Inn brand. These finalists represent the “best of the best” among over 1,360 Comfort Inn’s worldwide due to their outstanding guest satisfaction and consistent brand performance.

“These hotels represent the strongest, most consistent performers in our global system,” said Charles A. Ledsinger, Jr., vice chairman and chief executive officer, Choice Hotels. “To receive this recognition is a great accomplishment and the owners, general managers and employees of these hotels should be proud. I know we certainly are.” The Comfort Inn & Suites was also recognized as a finalist for “Inn of the Year” in 2006.

The Comfort Inn & Suites has been also been awarded Choice Hotels Platinum Award for exemplifying exceptional service, facilities and hospitality. “Only five percent of properties in the Choice Hotels system reach this standard” stated Gail Myer, VP of Operations. Chris Myer, VP of Marketing noted, “These awards testify to the fact that our hotel team believes in our mission of ‘Friendly, Fantastic Service Always’ on a daily basis.”

The Comfort Inn & Suites is locally owned by Myer Hotels. In the lodging business for 40 years, the Myer family has actively contributed to Branson’s hospitality market for 25 years and received numerous national awards. Myer Hotels also includes the Best Western Center Pointe Inn, Best Western Music Capital Inn, Comfort Inn at Thousand Hills, and Comfort Inn West.

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June
4

Branson, MO. – Legends in Concert announced today that the 2nd Annual Branson Elvis Tribute Artist Contest will take place on July 2nd, 2008 at 7:00pm at the Legends in Concert Theater. The Branson contest is one of only twenty four tribute competitions sanctioned by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. around the world. The winner of this contest will travel to Memphis on August 13th and 14th to compete against a number of other Elvis tribute finalists for the coveted title of the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist of the year.

“Legends has featured remarkably talented Elvis tribute artists in our shows worldwide for 25 years and we are thrilled to once again host a preliminary round in Branson,” said Brian Brigner, chief operating officer of On Stage entertainment, producers of Legends in Concert. “The contest last year at our theater was a smashing success and this year’s promises to be even bigger and better, as we crown the tribute artist that best represents the legacy of Elvis Presley and send them proudly representing this venue to Memphis.”

The winner of this contest will receive the opportunity to perform live at the Legends in Concert 8pm show on July 3rd, 2008. They will receive $1,500.00 cash, hotel accommodations in Memphis, Tennessee, and the chance to compete for the coveted title of Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist of the Year.

Contest tickets are $20.00 for preferred seating and $15 for general. Tickets can be purchased at the Legends in Concert box office or by calling 800-374-SHOW.

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